Come meet new IRONMAN Boulder race director Danial James and ride one or two loops of the ironman course (basically) link here for route (ROUTE Map). Each loop is about 41 miles. We are not doing the out and back on the diagonal, thus big part of reason the math doesn’t work! Danial will give a short once over on the race and race happenings at 7:30 and there will be time for Questions. Wheels down and ready to ride at 8. The new official nutrition bar of North American IRONMAN’s BASE, will be in the house.
When: Sunday May 19th
Where: Tom Watson Park, on 63rd, just north of the diagonal and West of Boulder Reservoir
Time: Meet at 7:30, wheels down at 8am
Ride type: ride your own pace, there is not a leader per say, but look for folks regrouping and try to meet new people and find a group to ride with! In the past, we have a group that sort of sticks together with 18mph-21mph average and one a bit slower 16mph to 18mph and then a few other groups at other paces. Some people want to ride one loop, or two or modify a second one. Main thing is come meet new folks and have fun on the course and watch out for each other!
XTERRA Indian Peaks
Welcome to the XTERRA Indian Peaks Triathlon. On Saturday August 10th, 300 brave souls will depart in a time trial start on a chilly 1000 meter swim, followed by a 600 meter run to the transition area, a very hilly but beautiful 22km bike ride on the roads and single track of the Eldora Nordic Center, and finally a 7km run on the eastern trails of the Eldora Nordic Center.
New in 2019 will be a paddleboard version of the XTERRA Indian Peaks Triathlon. Beginning at 9:15 there will be a mass start of the paddlboarders for a 1000m paddleboard, after parking their boards in a designated area they will run 600 meters to transition to begin the 22km bike followed by the 7km trail run.
NEVER DONE AN XTERRA? How about our new sprint course. Beginning at 10:00 the sprint triathletes will swim 500 meters, run 600 meters to transition, and then complete one lap of the bike course for a total of 12km and then run a beautiful 4km run to the finish at the Indian Peaks Lodge.
Are you looking for a new challenge this summer? Register for the 6th Annual Frisco Triathlon on Saturday, July 13, 2019 featuring stand-up-paddle boarding, mountain biking and trail running. This twist on a triathlon is open to all ability levels and encourages athletes to take on a new multi-sport event. The Frisco Triathlon was named “Best Triathlon” in Elevation Outdoors Magazine’s reader poll, 2016 Best of the Rockies.
The 11th Annual LG TRI in the beautiful Vail Valley mountain town of Eagle, CO will be held on Saturday, July 6th, 2019.
The LG Sprint TRI begins at 7am. It is a 500-yard swim(10 laps) in the outdoor Eagle Pool followed by a 12-mile bike loop from the pool, up Brush Creek Road, to Adams Rib. The third leg features a run from the pool down the bike path to Eagle Ranch Road, connecting to the Eagle Ranch bike path, and back to the Eagle pool for the finish. This is a great course for first-timers and seasoned pros alike.
The 7th Annual LG Kids TRI is scheduled to begin at 10am. Please arrive early as parking may be difficult due to the LG TRI event that starts at 7:00 a.m.
The LG Kids TRI will be divided into three age groups:
*6 to 7 year olds – 25 yd swim (0.5 lap), 1 mile bike, 1/2 mile run
*8 to 10 year olds – 50 yd swim (1 lap), 3.2 mile bike, 3/4 mile run
*11 to 13 year olds – 100 yd swim (2 laps), 5 mile bike, 1 mile run
A fun course, an amazing venue, and the best post-race meal ever!!! In 2014, Paul Karlsson and Dig Deep Sports took over management of this Colorado classic, started by Racing Underground. Paul is the founder and original race director of the Boulder Peak Triathlon, and currently organizes XTERRA Snow Mountain Ranch. Paul also grew up at the race venue, and the run course passes his boyhood home. Racing Underground will continue to be involved with the event, providing top-notch timing and coordinating the pool swim.
The Lookout Mountain Triathlon kicks off with a 525 yard pool swim at the amazing aquatic facility located within the Mount Vernon Country Club atop Lookout Mountain in Golden. The Racing Underground team are the masters in coordinating on-time, efficient pool swims!
Next, comes a challenging 10 mile bike course that features some good climbs and fast descents as you travel the well maintained paved roadways on top of Lookout Mountain. Following the ride, you’ll complete a rolling 5K run on dirt roads, entirely within the Country Club property.
National Bike Month is in May and includes an ever-expanding diversity of events in communities nationwide — but the biggest day of the month is Bike to Work Day. Most of the country celebrates Bike to Work Day in May, but due to Colorado’s mountain communities and unpredictable weather, the state legislature declared June as Colorado Bike Month, with the fourth Wednesday of the month being Bike to Work Day.
40% of all trips in the U.S. are less than two miles, making bicycling a feasible and fun way to get to work. With increased interest in healthy, sustainable and economic transportation options, it’s not surprising that, from 2000 to 2013, the number of bicycle commuters in the U.S. grew by more than 62 percent.
Hundreds of American communities have been successful in increasing bicycle commuting by providing Bike to Work Week and Bike to Work Day events. Bike to Work Day is June 26th STATEWIDE!
The CB3P is a multi-sport, endurance race that spans the length of the Gunnison Valley, starting in Mt. Crested Butte, CO and finishing in Gunnison, CO. With a ski leg, bike leg, and kayak leg, the CB3P takes participants and spectators on an exciting tour that follows the valley’s spring runoff path.
Competitors start at Crested Butte Mountain Resort with an uphill/downhill ski race, then transition to bikes and ride south on highway 135. When competitors reach the banks of the Gunnison River at the North Bridge put-in, they transition to kayaks and paddle to the Gunnison Whitewater Park for a thrilling race finish.
A challenging freestyle race for all ages and skill levels.
Bring your bikes and running shoes and spend the weekend hiking and biking on the Grand Mesa. Odin Invitational participants get 15% off rooms at the Slopeside Inn March 8 and 9. Special pricing available for phone bookings only. Mention you are with the Odin Invitational. Call 970-697-2001.
Need to train? Come to the Odin Sports and Training Center six days a week for its challenging groomed trails, passes, group or private ski lessons, and rentals.
Need ski service? Click here for our full range of services. Skis must be dropped off by Saturday, March 2 to ensure service before race day.
Getting here: From Grand Junction, take I-70 East to exit 49, C0 65 South. From Denver, take I-70 West 230 miles to exit 49. 8 miles after you pass through the small town of Mesa, turn into the Powderhorn Mountain Resort. The Odin Sports and Training Center at Powderhorn is located just before the main parking area, across the street from the Goldwoods Condos. You can drop off your skiers and equipment at the pull-off, and then park in the main parking lot.
Winter Sports Festival provides the opportunity to demo the latest winter endurance sport gear and push yourselves with the races throughout the weekend, including cross country ski races, MADhorn Fat Bike Race, snowshoe 5k run race, and a winter-athlon event!
Hostsed by: Powderhorn, Odin Sports Center, and MAD Racing Colorado